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EazyBI question. How to filter by component

Hi, I'm trying to filter my data by component value.


for example,

I want to pull out the data that have

(Component 1 or Component 2 or Component 3) AND (Component 4 or Component 5 or Component 6)


Any help?

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Daina Tupule eazyBI
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Nov 02, 2020

You would like to use issue-level calculation for this filter. You can check particular component values with a function MATCHES in a property Issue components. The property is available released on cloud and with version 6.1 on a server.


Here is an example formula for this:

CoalesceEmpty([Measures].[Issue components], "") MATCHES ".*Component 1.*|.*Component 2.*|.*Component 3.*"
CoalesceEmpty([Measures].[Issue components], "") MATCHES ".*Component 4.*|.*Component 5.*|.*Component 6.*"
[Measures].[Issues created]


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